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In New Poll, Teachers Show Strong Support for TeachStrong Principles to Elevate Teaching

November 10, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ninety-five percent of teachers think providing more time, tools, and support to educators should be Presidential candidates’ main focus when it comes to improving public education, according to a new Teach Plus poll.  Overall, teachers strongly support all of the TeachStrong principles to modernize and elevate the teaching profession, which include increasing compensation, creating career pathways for growth, and reimagining teacher preparation, among others.   

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About Teach Plus
Teach Plus empowers excellent, experienced teachers to take leadership over key policy and practice issues that affect their students’ success. Teach Plus runs three programs designed to place teacher leaders at the center of improvements in policy and practice: Teaching Policy Fellowship, C2 Initiative, and T3 Initiative.  The programs focus on demonstrably effective teachers who want to continue classroom teaching while also expanding their impact as leaders in their schools and in district, state, and national policy.  Since its inception in August 2009, Teach Plus has grown to a network of more than 22,000 solutions-oriented teachers across the country.